We Have Your Dreamforce 2017 Party Plan

By Ezekiel J. Rudick
on 2 November 2017

Parties. Parties everywhere! That is life at Dreamforce 2017.

Lists upon lists of “must-attend” Dreamforce events are thrown at you from every direction. Serious FOMO sets in, and you are left feeling overwhelmed that you are missing the hip events where you will be able to make that one game-changing connection.

If you are customer-obsessed like us, we have whittled down this list to the chosen, stand-out few so you can get your party and networking game on. That is the name of the Dreamforce game, right? Getting to the right place at the right time to make meaningful connections? Oh yeah, and Michelle Obama and Alicia Keys spottings

Here’s our “must-attend” list for Dreamforce 2017:

Monday

Talkdesk Elixr Hour

This year we’re teaming up with Talkdesk for our very own happy hour to make sure your feel-good meter is amped up to 11 by the time we’re done with you. The happy hour that we’re affectionately calling an “Elixr Hour” is taking place at the Tropisueño Taqueria and Restaurant. Come have a drink (or two) on us!

RSVP here.

WalkMe Dreamforce Party

Kick-off your Dreamforce 2017 experience at WalkMe’s kick-off party on Monday evening. The event goes from 8 PM to 12AM at the very swanky Temple Night Club right in the heart San Francisco’s Financial District (FiDi, if you’re short on time to bother with syllables).

RSVP here

APAC on Tour

In its 10th year, the annual gathering of Asia-Pacific founders, thought leaders and growth hackers represent some of the smartest folks from our neck of the woods. We’ll be a part of big New Zealand presence at the event. If you didn’t happen to make our fancy, Elixr Hour event, then drop on by to meet some of AskNicely’s best and brightest.

Tuesday

Dreamfest

For the uninitiated, Dreamfest is the Dreamforce party to end all Dreamforce parties. This year you’ll get to party for a good cause, as Dreamfest 2017 will happen in conjunction with a UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital benefit called “The Concert for Kids.” It all kicks off at 6:30 PM at the legendary AT&T Park, and will feature live performances by also legendary Lenny Kravitz and Alicia Keys.

Psst. There’s also an after-party at Pier 48, so if you still have some juice in your Dreamforce battery, head on over to the after party with us!

Wednesday

AppBash

AppBash is the last big party of Dreamforce. It’s usually an opportunity for all attendees one last chance to hang out before parting ways until next year’s Dreamforce festivities.

Learn more about AppBash here.

MapAnything After Hours Party

Oh wait, there’s more.

After Dreamforce shutters the doors at Moscone, everyone you know (including us) will be headed over to Verso on Mission Street for a little more…erm….networking?

Check out the party’s details here.

If you are, in fact, Dreamforce bound (like the rest of the known universe) come visit us at booth 1843 to see how you can evolve your business when AskNicely and Salesforce work together.

 

 

 

Parties. Parties everywhere! That is life at Dreamforce 2017.

Lists upon lists of “must-attend” Dreamforce events are thrown at you from every direction. Serious FOMO sets in, and you are left feeling overwhelmed that you are missing the hip events where you will be able to make that one game-changing connection.

If you are customer-obsessed like us, we have whittled down this list to the chosen, stand-out few so you can get your party and networking game on. That is the name of the Dreamforce game, right? Getting to the right place at the right time to make meaningful connections? Oh yeah, and Michelle Obama and Alicia Keys spottings

Here’s our “must-attend” list for Dreamforce 2017:

Monday

Talkdesk Elixr Hour

This year we’re teaming up with Talkdesk for our very own happy hour to make sure your feel-good meter is amped up to 11 by the time we’re done with you. The happy hour that we’re affectionately calling an “Elixr Hour” is taking place at the Tropisueño Taqueria and Restaurant. Come have a drink (or two) on us!

RSVP here.

WalkMe Dreamforce Party

Kick-off your Dreamforce 2017 experience at WalkMe’s kick-off party on Monday evening. The event goes from 8 PM to 12AM at the very swanky Temple Night Club right in the heart San Francisco’s Financial District (FiDi, if you’re short on time to bother with syllables).

RSVP here

APAC on Tour

In its 10th year, the annual gathering of Asia-Pacific founders, thought leaders and growth hackers represent some of the smartest folks from our neck of the woods. We’ll be a part of big New Zealand presence at the event. If you didn’t happen to make our fancy, Elixr Hour event, then drop on by to meet some of AskNicely’s best and brightest.

Tuesday

Dreamfest

For the uninitiated, Dreamfest is the Dreamforce party to end all Dreamforce parties. This year you’ll get to party for a good cause, as Dreamfest 2017 will happen in conjunction with a UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital benefit called “The Concert for Kids.” It all kicks off at 6:30 PM at the legendary AT&T Park, and will feature live performances by also legendary Lenny Kravitz and Alicia Keys.

Psst. There’s also an after-party at Pier 48, so if you still have some juice in your Dreamforce battery, head on over to the after party with us!

Wednesday

AppBash

AppBash is the last big party of Dreamforce. It’s usually an opportunity for all attendees one last chance to hang out before parting ways until next year’s Dreamforce festivities.

Learn more about AppBash here.

MapAnything After Hours Party

Oh wait, there’s more.

After Dreamforce shutters the doors at Moscone, everyone you know (including us) will be headed over to Verso on Mission Street for a little more…erm….networking?

Check out the party’s details here.

If you are, in fact, Dreamforce bound (like the rest of the known universe) come visit us at booth 1843 to see how you can evolve your business when AskNicely and Salesforce work together.

 

 

 


About the author

Ezekiel J. Rudick

Ezekiel J Rudick — Zeke for short — is AskNicely’s Content and Community Manager. With over a decade of ad agency and SaaS content strategy under his belt, he oversees all things content at AskNicely. When no one’s looking he’s roughhousing with his cat Taco, fronting his indie rock band Young Elk.

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